There “Ain’t No Doubt About It” That Justin Timberlake Has Guested On Enough Songs Already
Justin Timberlake has been featured on so many tracks in the past year, it’s almost like he’s gifted us with a new album. (We can dream, anyway?) Well, let’s throw another track on the stack — Game brought Timberlake and Pharrell out for the funky “Ain’t No Doubt About It”, the first single from his loooong-awaited The R.E.D. Album. It’s a little bit “Like I Love You”, but with early Neptunes production — all that it seems to be missing is Game. Listen below.
[wpaudio url=”//idolator.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/Aint-No-Doubt-About-It-Tagged.mp3″ text=”Game feat. Justin Timberlake and Pharrell – Ain’t No Doubt About It” dl=”0″] Timberlake opens the summer-fresh track (produced by Pharrell) with his smooth falsetto, and Game eventually dives in with an unusually relaxed verse — and he sounds, dare we say, lightweight rhyming over Pharrell’s Super Mario-style beat. As usual, Game is releasing a single thinking he’s scored huge points. The Compton rapper’s expectations of the song skyrocketed once Timberlake got on board. “The vibe changed and it went to where I could see Grammy Awards,” he told Rap-Up back in December. “I never thought in my life that I would ever work with Justin, and then for it to turn out and be as catastrophic as it was was amazing.” So, hate it or love it — does Game’s lighter pop style work for you? Or are you more into the horn-blasting hip-hop heard in his other new joint, “Shake”? [Rap-Up]